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It looks like SharePoint 2010 has some issues with IE 11, and in your case, web part properties cannot be modified and you get a weird looking web part property menu. To get around this, you'll need to run your site in compatibility mode. Here are some articles that have more info abut SharePoint 2010 and IE 11 problems and compatibility mode: SharePoint ...


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Because you are using IE11, you will encounter these types of difficulties. You can open the site in compatibility mode in IE11, or use a different browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc) and it should work fine. We experienced this same issue when testing IE11 deployments in our organization, and ended up having to update everyone's settings to add our Intranet ...


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Looks like I spoke a moment too soon. I feel a bit sheepish but I had been searching for a couple hours with no luck! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27124620/sharepoint2013-site-csom-update-navigation-settings var publishingWeb = PublishingWeb.GetPublishingWeb(this.CC, subWeb); // WebNavigationSettings var ...


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You can do it through Welcome Page option but i guess for that you will need to activate Publishing feature at site level. The other options are If you want to set a Custom Page as a Home Page in a typical SharePoint Team site, you can simply do that by Opening the Page and selecting Page tab -> Make HomePage button to set this particular page as default ...


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If you know the location of the page you can set the site home. Go to the site settings->Welcome Page and change the URL to the page you want to set as the Home Link.



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